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Stephens County swears in new county clerk

Jenny Moore was sworn in as the new county clerk for Stephens County. (Source KSWO) Jenny Moore was sworn in as the new county clerk for Stephens County. (Source KSWO)
(Source KSWO) (Source KSWO)

DUNCAN, OK (KSWO) -Officials at the Stephens County Courthouse swore in a new county clerk Monday.

Jenny Moore was sworn in Monday morning. She has been working in the county clerk's office for 12 years, and recently served as deputy clerk. Moore says she's very enthusiastic about the position and is looking forward to continuing to serve the residents of Stephens County.

"I'm very excited about this opportunity. The door that's been opened. I'm blessed to have it, and I'm looking forward to doing a great job for the county," Moore said.

Moore replaced Cindy Kaiser, who retired after being elected to the post in 2012. Moore will finish out the remainder of Kaiser's term, which ends this year. If she wants to continue serving beyond that, she will need to file as a candidate for the office in the spring.

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